LG G3 Update: Alleged Live Images of Smartphone Leaks Out in Advance

By Anuj

South Korean tech giant LG is preparing for something big in 2014. As of now, the successor to the original LG G2 is set to be officially revealed on May 27, and LG is quite excited about it.

The buzz around the G3 is so far positive, and it should be after all its predecessor was launched way back in 2013. And while LG is readying itself for the unveiling of the G3, the upcoming handset has been leaked again in a series of live leaked images.


This time around, the G3 handset has been leaked on the web, thanks to a Korean website which exposes the device's front, rear and bottom sides.

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LG G3 Update: Alleged Live Images of Smartphone Leaks Out in Advance

LG G3 Leaks Again Showing Design

It has been long rumored that the LG G3 would come encased in a slim metal body. While one have to wait to see what the final product will actually look like, apparently, these high-resolution images indicate a plastic build, instead of brushed metal chassis.

From the looks, the LG G3 appears to have ultra thin bezels, and no physical home buttons. Unsurprisingly, the rear and power button are placed on the back. Also, as expected, there is a two-tone Dual-LED LED Flash, a lot like the iPhone 5S and the HTC One (M8). Further, you can see a 3.5mm headphone jack, a microUSB 2.0 port, and a microphone.

LG G3- What to expect?

The latest rumors suggest that the G3 will feature a 5.5-inch 2K display (2560 x 1440), a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB of RAM, and a 13MP rear-facing camera with OIS+ feature. LG G3 is also expected to come with a revamped UI.

The South Korean company has scheduled events in six countries across the world on May 27 and May 28. Alongside the launch LG G3 flagship phone on May 27, the company may launch the G Watch at the same event.


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